The Fine Arts Scholarship in Film is awarded by Augsburg film faculty to incoming first-year and transfer students who have excelled in film production and demonstrate exceptional potential in film.
To be considered for a Fine Arts Scholarship in Film, applicants must:
- Complete online Fine Arts Scholarship in Film application (below)
- Submit a film résumé
- Create film/video reel (Submit URL or mail DVD)
- Obtain teacher recommendation
Please note, the film resume and teacher recommendation may be submitted via e-mail to email@example.com or faxed to 612-330-1590.
Amount: $3,000 per year, with one full tuition scholarship awarded to the top Fine Arts student. Fine Arts Scholarships are renewable for up to four years.
Final Deadline for Application: The Fine Arts Scholarship Deadline has passed for incoming Fall 2016 First-Year students. If you are a TRANSFER STUDENT, the deadline is August 1, 2016 (must be admitted prior to this date).
Scholarship Weekend Auditions: February 12-13, 2016
In order to audition for a Fine Arts Scholarship, you must first be admitted to Augsburg College and plan to be a full-time student seeking your first bachelors degree. Students currently enrolled at Augsburg College may not apply. Scholarship recipients need not major in Film, but must participate in film crews, attend film festivals on campus, and assist with editing labs on campus. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND SCHOLARSHIP WEEKEND, PLEASE CONTACT SHONNA FULFORD AT 612-330-1589 OR firstname.lastname@example.org.
List significant activities, roles, accomplishments, and awards in the format outlined below. List your activities in order of significance (most significant activity to less significant activity). Include the following information about each area of activity:
- Activity name and dates active (fall, summer, etc.)
- One-sentence explanation of your participation
- Roles you played (producer, director, actor, set designer, camera, etc.)
- Awards or other recognition of accomplishment
Documentary film, fall term, 2010.
Produced and directed documentary on immigration in the Twin Cities in digital video. Submitted to X Film Festival. Won Honorable Mention.
Cinematographer, winter term, 2009.
Worked with director to create shots, scouted locations, and did own lighting for interior and night shots. Shown at school assembly.
CREATE FILM/VIDEO REEL
Create and submit a film/video reel on DVD that is an example of your best work. It should not be longer than 15 minutes. You can submit a URL or upload a video file in the online application. A DVD can be mailed to:
Fine Arts Scholarships – Film
Office of Admissions
2211 Riverside Ave
Minneapolis MN 55454
This form should be completed by the professional director/teacher/mentor most familiar with the student’s filmmaking capability.